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A furry-faced, stereotypically absent-minded, pipe smoking professor.

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Recent Comments

  1. 6 days ago on Luann

    I would bet it was rather common in the mid-to-late 1800s through perhaps the 1920s.

  2. 6 days ago on Luann

    It would be nice if it were Nil and Jack. Perhaps we would get a positive update on Nil & Bernice then…. in that they are hopefully still a couple. And, it could be another opportunity for Luann and Jack to potentially go on a date.

    However, it would be NOT GOOD if they ran into Quinn (Quill?) who has been gone long enough I cannot accurately remember his name.

    Since they seem to want to have a "romantic, "sashaying"" sort of adventure, perhaps they will come across some new guy and they BOTH fall for him? Or perhaps for some reason Piro will be there and he will again set their hearts aflutter?

  3. 8 days ago on Gasoline Alley

    I am sad and dismayed that Joel did not appear today. I had significant hopes our hero would return.

  4. 8 days ago on Nancy

    Ok…. for the feeble-minded and challenged (ME)…. would someone more in the know please give a synopsis of what the hell this is all about? Jimmjonz alludes to someone named Oona and to Betty Boop. But, unfortunately in my dullard-type state, that is insufficient information for me. So, I ask kindly for someone to spell it all out so that even I could understand and then appreciate what will happen tomorrow.

  5. 12 days ago on Luann

    Uh….. Cementer was talking about Brad’s parents….. which is being DISCUSSED in today’s comic.

    Were you actually serious in what you said?!?

  6. 16 days ago on Clay Jones

    And you do not think tRump and his minions would be all over a non-voted on by the people in the primaries candidate no matter who it is?!? If Biden leaves it will be 1968 all over again….. and we WILL for certain have a “Grover Cleveland” second time with tRump.

  7. 16 days ago on Doonesbury

    Hah! Best comment today!

  8. 16 days ago on Nancy

    This has been an interesting period. The humor and writing has been very good and the drawings are pleasant and interesting, but I still prefer OJ’s drawing style.

    Luna’s “longer, leaner, taller” Nancy seems older (like 12) and yet, interestingly…. her Aunt Fritzi seems a helluva lot younger (like perhaps 19). :)

  9. 16 days ago on Luann

    The best illustration of why the term “mansplaining” is wrong, annoying, and harmful to actual communication.

  10. 16 days ago on Clay Jones

    Usually I am in agreement with Mr. Jones, but this time I think he is WAY off the mark.

    I fully support Biden!!!!!

    1) He was selected by the primary voters! If any of the other “replacements” had wanted to be the nominee, they d@mn well should have ran in the primaries and won them.

    2) His interview with “Steph” showed again that he is strong and capable…. and yet ABC, CNN and the NYT all continue to denegrate the debate only.

    3) The news agencies (CNN, NYT especially) are being FAR too extreme in their assessment of the first debate… it was not great for Biden, but it was not the “total disaster” they keep ranting on about.

    4) These same news agencies would BENEFIT from Trump winning by getting more attention like they did during the 1st Trump term. These same news agencies want the attention (and money) as the “alternate press”.

    5) Trump is (unfortunately) being very smart and silent at the moment BECAUSE the media he does not like (CNN and NYT) is doing a better job of assassinating Biden’s character than Trump could ever do.

    6) CNN and NYT are both far less about reporting news (like the used to be)….. and instead are trying to CREATE news. It is a real shame.